On this @InVinoFab episode we bring you a timely conversation in light of the evolving situation and events due to the Coronavirus. On this episode, Patrice & Laura join a digital roundtable on transition to remote teaching, learning, students support, and work in higher ed peers & podcast hosts Katie Linder, Jeff Jackson, & Bonni Stachowiak.
- Take a walk or go for a run
- Get outside for fresh air
- Keep a full-nights’ sleep & rest
- Meditation: Apps to try? Calm, 10% Happier (free), & Headspace
- Eating healthy
- Get silly & social with those at home
- Clean your house
- Ask who needs help – childcare, tech support, etc.
- Read books
- Relax from your typical routines
- Keep to your fitness routine
- Enjoy the quiet/down time now
- Just breathe
- Show gratitude
- Closed captioning for Microsoft Streaming for Teams
- MS PowerPoint present with live-captioning or subtitles
- Zoom Setting: Auto-record transcript (option for paid version) timed side-by-side OR use Zoom closed captions
- Need to adjust course deadlines & radical flexibility for learning expectations
- Trust Your Learners! Pivot to Online: A Student Guide via @slamteacher
- Grading Considerations: Is pass/no pass an option for your course? At your campus?
- Rely on the resources at your campus for support & suggestions: instructional designers, accessibility office, librarians & more!
- Do what you can & know you’re doing the best you can right now
- Phone tree system with team to check-in, share information, & answer questions
- What if Someone Gets Sick: plan & design courses 1 week ahead of time; set up a buddy or “on call” system
- Email: Online teaching with the most basic tool from @tanbob
- What if the technology or remote ____ plan fails? Do the best you can and think about how you might need to shift to some alternative solution
- Be transparent and open with your communication – inform them the best you can!
- ECEC - Remote Teaching | College of Engineering | University of Nebraska–Lincoln
- Keep Teaching: Resources for High Ed Might Network from Kansas State Online
- Zoom (web conference)
- WebEx (web conference)
- Microsoft Teams (web conference and collaboration)
- Discord (voice chat)
- Slack (communication channel)
- Pinboard (social bookmarking)
- Diggo (social bookmarking)
- Hypothes.is (annotation)
- Descript (podcast + transcriptions)
- Otter (transcriptions for audio & video)
- Droplr (record screen and annotation)
- Remind (text messages)
- Qualtrics (survey)
- Poll Everywhere (survey & meetings)
- EMAIL – use tools you already know/have to communicate with campus stakeholders! OR message on your website, learning management system, etc.
- Universal Design for Learning (UDL) – “Plus-One” from @thomasjtobin – what’s the one thing you can do?
- When Things Fall Apart: Heart Advice for Difficult Times by Pema Chödrön
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